Regent University School of Law's third-year law students indicate high levels of satisfaction with their educational experience, compared to many of their peers nationwide who express discontent with the state of legal education. In the 2012 LSSSE*, students rated Regent Law very well in several key areas:
|Students responded "Very much" when asked if their law school environment encourages the ethical practice of law.||88%||38%|
|Students responded "Quite a bit" or "Very much" when asked if their law school environment provides support they need to succeed in their employment search.||68%||33%|
|Students responded "definitely" when asked if they would attend the same law school again if they could start over.||68.6%||32.8%|
|Third-year students evaluated their entire educational experience as "excellent."||75.4%||30.4%|
* The Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE) is an independent nationwide survey which assesses whether a law school's programs are having the desired effect on students' activities, experiences, and outcomes. Click here to learn more about the LSSSE.